Well Leave It There So New Jersey fixture for Ireland Sheridan moves

first_img Tuesday 28 Feb 2017, 7:58 PM By Paul Dollery Short URL 13,949 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article No Comments Ireland will face Mexico in a summer friendly in the US, it has been confirmed.Cillian Sheridan has become the first Irishman to move to the Polish top flight after joining Jagiellonia Bialystok.Drogheda United will have to plan without Killian Brennan for up to 10 weeks after it was revealed that he suffered a broken collarbone on Friday night.The Gaelic Players Association (GPA) has been criticised for leaving it too late to declare its opposition to the ‘Super 8′ proposals, which were passed with flying colours at Congress on Saturday.Former All-Star Colm Galvin is due to talk to Clare joint managers Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor to discuss his future with the Banner County.Tyrone captain Sean Cavanagh has issued a statement clarifying the recent expenditure dispute surrounding the county’s football squad.Katie Taylor could have seven fights this year as she’s fast-tracked towards world title shot.Padraig Harrington will wait until he returns from a family holiday before deciding whether a troublesome neck problem requires surgery or not. Share1 Tweet Email Feb 28th 2017, 7:58 PM We’ll Leave It There So: New Jersey fixture for Ireland, Sheridan moves to Poland and all today’s sport Here’s what the world of sport conjured up today. Louise Dougan (Slaughtneil), Orlaith McGrath (Sarsfields), Niamh Quirke (Myshall) and Ciara McGready (Eglish) pictured at today’s launch of the AIB All-Ireland Senior and Intermediate Camogie Club Championships Finals at Croke Park. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHOHome https://the42.ie/3264204 Blackrock College get in for a try during today’s Leinster Schools Junior Cup second-round clash with Gonzaga College at Donnybrook. Source: Donall Farmer/INPHOAwayFormer England manager Roy Hodgson has emerged as a leading candidate to succeed Claudio Ranieri at Leicester City.Toulon will suspend Australian international James O’Connor after Paris police charged him with possession of cocaine, the Top 14 club’s president said.Scotland international back-row Josh Strauss has signed a three-year contract with Sale Sharks.England women will be without their captain Katy McLean for the remainder of the Six Nations after the out-half was suspended for three weeks by tournament organisers.Former France coach Philippe Saint-Andre will help train Cameroon on a voluntary basis in the African Cup in May.The Best Thing We SharedEvery tennis fan’s dream unfolded on Sunday night for two late-night players, who were surprised by none other than Serena Williams. The entire scene was documented on Serena’s Snapchat story, most of which was filmed by her fiancé, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian.Where We Were TodayFintan O’Toole and Murray Kinsella had a chat to Michael Murphy and Shane Williams in Dublin. The pair got to sample another sporting life recently. Murphy tried his hand at rugby in France while Williams pitched up in Donegal to play Gaelic football.On The RecordBoxing is boxing and MMA is MMA. They’re two separate sports. It would be a joke, it would be an embarrassment for boxing if an MMA fighter were to go into the ring, it would be a no contest. It would be the same thing if a fighter went into the octagon. It would be an embarrassment for MMA.Oscar De La Hoya isn’t keen on the prospect of Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor meeting in a boxing match.The Fixture ListManchester City host Huddersfield Town in their FA Cup fifth-round replay at 7.45pm tomorrow night.There are four games tomorrow evening in the EirGrid Leinster U21FC — First round: Wicklow v Louth (Abbottstown, 7.30pm). Quarter-finals: Westmeath v Dublin (St Loman’s, Mullingar, 7.30pm), Kildare v Longford (Hawkfield, 7.30pm), Offaly v Wexford (Gracefield, 7.30pm).PBC play Bandon Grammar in the semi-finals of the Munster Schools Senior Cup at 2.30pm tomorrow afternoon. Wesley College take on Newbridge College in the Leinster Schools Junior Cup at Donnybrook at 3pm.Showbiz, baby! Source: WSL Big Wave Awards/YouTubeDonegal surfer Conor Maguire has been nominated for a coveted international award after catching a monstrous wave in Ireland earlier this month.Numbers Game: No time to panic, but Kerry’s scoring stats might worry Eamonn Fitzmaurice8 players to watch in this week’s Leinster U21 football championship fixtureslast_img read more